Simple Machine Jigsaw:
- What is the simple machine?
- How does it work?
- What are some real life examples?
- What are different ways they can be used in a rube goldberg?
Welcome to the first day of Power Technology! Today’s agenda will include:
- Course Outlines
- Student Survey
Keep posted to the blog for important information, videos, resources and announcements.
On your blog, copy/paste these reflection questions and answer them in part 2 of your “Principles of Flight” blog post.
1. Draw a path of trajectory of your rocket
2. Which force is acting on the rocket at the moment of launch? (use arrows to indicate direction)
3. As the rocket was half-way up, which force(s) is/are acting on the rocket? (use arrows)
4. As the rocket begins to veer into another direction, which force is acting on the rocket? Explain why this is happening.
5. Did some rockets work better than others? How does the shape of the nose and fin effect the trajectory of the rocket? Explain in terms of the four forces that act on a rocket ship.
Rocket Simulators: Students will check out the Rocket Simulator websites that are posted and try to see how high they can score.
What was your maximum height and speed?
What was the Mass, Thrust and Thrust time on your high score?
Why does the rocket fling around the moon/Earth?
What is an orbit?
What is the co-efficient of drag?
What was your highest score?
What was the settings of your highest score?
Part 1 – Tumble Glider
Explanation of Bernoulli’s Principle
Picture that Visualizes Bernoulli’s
Video of Test Flight